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Metaphor or Simile? Readers understand the use of figurative language. Metaphor Simile. He’s as brave as a lion. Metaphor Simile. Derek ran like a frightened rabbit. Metaphor Simile. My dog is a cowardly lion. Metaphor Simile. The night was as black as tar. Metaphor Simile.

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    1. Metaphor or Simile?Readers understand the use of figurative language.

    2. Metaphor • Simile He’s as brave as a lion.

    3. Metaphor • Simile Derek ran like a frightened rabbit.

    4. Metaphor • Simile My dog is a cowardly lion.

    5. Metaphor • Simile The night was as black as tar.

    6. Metaphor • Simile The moon was a smiling face shining down.

    7. Metaphor • Simile Dreams are wisps of smoke that blow away with the morning.

    8. Metaphor • Simile The baby was like an octopus, grabbing at all the cans on the grocery store shelves.

    9. Metaphor • Simile The sun was as shiny as a new penny.

    10. Metaphor • Simile My stomach churned like a cement mixer.

    11. Metaphor • Simile The pillow was a cloud when I put my head upon it after a long day.

    12. True • False A metaphor compares to things using like or as.